For the past few months, Princes William and Harry have spoken publicly about a subject very personal to them—their mother, Princess Diana. They’ve shared their favorite memories of the late royal, discussed her tragic death, and speculated about why Diana was so beloved by millions of complete strangers. It has not been easy, but, as the princes explained, they want to keep their mother’s memory and legacy alive for future generations.
Kate Middleton continued this quest by wearing the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara, a piece beloved by husband Prince William’s late mother, while attending Queen Elizabeth II’s Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace. Kate was spotted arriving with her husband at the royal event in London Tuesday evening.
Kate Middleton sparkled in diamonds as she and Prince William stepped out for the annual winter party at the palace. Kate can be seen with her hair in a gorgeous up-do style, with the beautiful tiara on her head.
The tiara was gifted to Princess Diana by Queen Elizabeth II in 1981 on her wedding day to Prince Charles. When Middleton wore the piece in 2015, it was the first time anyone had worn the tiara since Diana’s passing in 1997.